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When the coronavirus first became news in North Texas, the ink had hardly dried on Hoefer Wysocki's new lease at Ross Tower in Downtown Dallas.
The architecture firm was scheduled to move into the high-rise as the pandemic was in full swing, cases were rising and employees were stuck at home.
The challenge then became safely moving 30-plus employees into roughly 12K SF of office space while coming up with updated interior design and office concepts for the post-coronavirus world without having the same amount of access to the old and new spaces to visualize these changes in real time and in person.

A team of designated leaders, including Director of Interior Design Tiffany Kalloor and Director of Strategy Travis Leissner, had the unique challenge of figuring out what office space should look like in Downtown Dallas in the wake of the pandemic and what the new economic realities may be.

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